Recalled products were distributed domestically and internationally

Blue Diamond Growers recalls almonds after testing finds Salmonella

Blue Diamond Growers told Food Safety News that 100 percent of the potentially impacted whole brown almonds involved in the recall were recovered. Additionally, the almonds were to be used as ingredients in food manufacturing and were not used in Blue Diamond branded consumer products. 

Blue Diamond Growers of Sacramento, CA, is recalling nearly 350,000 pounds of almonds because of potential Salmonella contamination.

The firm’s internal sampling identified a positive Salmonella result on the implicated lots of products. The recall was initiated on Aug. 5  and is ongoing. There is concern that some products may still be on consumers’ shelves.

The recalled products were distributed in California, Colorado and Illinois. They were also distributed internationally in Germany, Morocco and Canada.

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